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[15] She also proved that he had recovered a hundred minae which had been lent at interest on land mortgages, besides two thousand drachmae and some furniture of great value; and that corn came in to them every year from the Chersonese.1“After that,” she said, “you had the audacity to state, when you had so much money in your possession, that their father bequeathed them two thousand drachmae and thirty staters,—just the amount that was bequeathed to me, and that I gave you after his decease!

1 Where evidently the 2000 drachmae invested by Diodotus (see Lys. 32.6) brought in an annual supply of corn as interest.

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